Riding the Big Bend is the first video from The Long Scoot Down, a scooter trip taken with a group of friends in October. Stay tuned for a detailed account about that trip and a second video, Riding the River Road.
There is usually a huge disparity between the awesome videos we see on the GoPro website and the videos put out by us regular people. I think most of us don’t care about “looking professional,” but we do want to put together a quality video that our friends will enjoy.
To that end, Auntie Biketrash would like to discuss GoPro issues from time to time. Although 98 percent of her readers have no interest in that subject, she cordially invites the remaining 2 percent to chime in with their own tips and tricks.
I’ll start with two of the most obvious lessons learned from Riding the Big Bend. Aargh!
1) Clean your GoPro housing every time you take a break!
2) Don’t let your tether flap in the breeze behind your helmet!
Now, if I can only come up with a vibration-free mount. Any suggestions?
Peace on the road!